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Opelika police searching for high-speed chase suspect

By Web Staff – email

OPELIKA, AL (WXTX) – Opelika police need your help locating a light grey 1990s Suburban that led them on a high speed chase, topping 120 mph.

The chase began when an officer tried to make a traffic stop early Saturday morning on Pepperell  Parkway in front of East Alabama Medical Center.

Investigators say the Suburban should have significant damage in the front because it hit several cars after turning onto East University Drive in Auburn, near Colonial Mall.   

Nobody was injured.

If you have any information on the vehicle or driver, you are asked to call Opelika police. 

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